Somerville Times: Fresh, affordable, and accessible – how Somerville is tackling food justice
Somerville Times: Groundwork Somerville instructs residents in invasive species control
Somerville Times: Groundwork Somerville celebrates Earth Day with spring cleaning
Groundwork Somerville featured in “Medill on the Hill”
Northwestern journalism student Yiming Fu wrote an article featuring Groundwork Somerville! Check it out here: Congress wants a national climate corps. These local groups have already been doing the work.Read More
In COVID-19 Era, Green Youth Employment Program Adapts to Online Format
Most summers, Green Team members can be spotted planting produce at South Street Farm, working a shift at the Somerville Mobile Farmers’ Market, or biking through one of the city’s…Read More
Fresh produce grown by Groundwork Somerville helping those who lack access
A Somerville non-profit working to improve the physical environment through community-based initiatives is aiming to address food insecurities resulting from the pandemic. By Madison Schulman /email@example.com Posted Oct 14, 2020 at 4:43 PM Thank you…Read More
Help us celebrate 20 years of Groundwork Somerville!
Help us celebrate 20 years in Somerville! We turned 20 on October 27 and couldn’t be more honored to live, work, play, farm, teach, and serve in this community. Subscribe…Read More
Food Insecurity in Somerville: What is Groundwork Somerville Doing?
Written by Emma Zehner, amazing community volunteer for Groundwork Somerville **************************** Food insecurity has increased by almost 60 percent in Eastern Massachusetts compared to before COVID-19. Household gardens, community farms,…Read More
South Street Farm Mural: A Chance to Rest!
Thank you to the Somerville Times and Jessica Sisavath for writing about our Somerville Arts Council-funded mural! Full article follows: For ArtBeat Week, Groundwork Somerville involved the community to help…Read More
We’re making a mural for ArtBeat 2020 and we need your help! The theme for ArtBeat this year is “chance” and we’ve decided to work with the community to make a mural focused…Read More